Building In Spring

Building In Spring

Start Building in Spring – Spring Can be a Great Time to Build.

Spring has sprung — this is the time when the birds start singing the tulips start to bloom an your new homes foundations starts to get poured, so building in spring is the way to go! Don’t wait until summer to begin building your new dream home. Spring can be the best time to start building your Modular Home from Kintner Modular Home.

Building In Spring

Start Building In Spring

Building your Modular Home in the spring puts you ahead of the game because most people think summer is a better time to build a house. Building your home in the spring means you’re not competing with other home builders, and you won’t be put off until late in the summer or even the fall. By then winter has roll around and you’ll probably be ready to move in after your final inspection. Sure, no one wants to move in the winter, but you can wear layers when moving!

Though summer is the most popular time to build, you can build anytime of the year because you are buying an modular home from Kintner Modular Homes. You can build in the rainy season of spring, because your modular home is built in a factory controlled environment and then assembled on your land and know that Kintner has the capacity and experience to construct you home by summer.

The Pros of Modular Homes instead of a site-built home or stick-built homes are noticeable, if cost and time are a factor to consider. The Pros of Modular Homes is that you’ll get your new home sooner and at a much lower cost than you would otherwise with a site-built or stick-built home.

  • Building In Spring: Modular homes are created in sections or modules, and then transported to the building site for construction and installation. These homes are typically installed and treated like a stick built house, for financing, appraisal and construction purposes. Although the sections of the house are prefabricated, these sections, or modules, are put together at the construction site much like a typical stick built house. Once your prefabricated or modular house is placed on its permanent foundation it is considered to be identical to or better than a site or stick build house.
  • A Lower Cost: Using site-built or stick-built building methods can cost you between $150 to $250 per square foot if you’re building a standard, non-luxury home. Modular construction, on the other hand, may cost a fraction of that thanks to assembly line efficiency.
  • A Quicker Build Time: The efficiency mentioned above also allows you to cut down on the building time, because much of the assembly you’d have to do is already done by the factort. Many modular home take 24 hours to assemble.
  • Many Floor Plans: Contrary to popular misconception, modular homes do not all look alike. Modular homes have no design limitations. You can create any style of modular home you wish, whether you want a traditional center-hall colonial or a Mediterranean.
  • Customization: You can add any style of window or architectural detail that you desire. You can add an addition to your home or another structure to your building lot. Just about any floor plans you show us can be turned into a modular home, which means you can create your dream home by Kintner even faster and at a lower cost then you ever imagined.

    At Kintner Modular Homes, we make sure our homes include all the essentials for your new home. We offer packages so you can customize your home and make it the perfect house for you. From the very early stages of construction and permitting to the tiniest of interior details, to service on your home years after it’s built, at Kintner Homes, we are the complete package.

    Start Building In Spring – Prefabricated Homes refer to Modular Homes.

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